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We're on holiday. We hope you are too!

Join us on January 29, when we return to our usual podcasting schedule. In the meantime, why not check out some of our great holiday content. Perfect for roadtrips or lazing around at home. Find it all at your favourite podcasting app. Now, get out there and have a most excellent holiday!

Friday, December 8 – Kids vs Adults Weekly News S’Quiz

A fun kids vs adults news quiz to test who’s been paying the most attention to the week in news.

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